Technical Manpower Resource
India is the second largest English-speaking technical resources
pool after the US and also in the software sector. Every year, approximately
19 million students are enrolled in high schools and 10 million
students in pre-graduate degree courses across India. Moreover,
2.1 million graduates and 0.3 million post-graduates pass out of
India's non-engineering colleges.
Indian programmers are known for their strong technical skills and
their eagerness to accommodate clients. In some cases, clients outsource
work to get access to more specialized engineering talent, particularly
in the area of telecommunications. India also has one of the largest
pools of English-speaking professionals.
Today, India is undoubtedly the pre-eminent destination for offshore
IT services. The Indian IT services industry landscape is being
fundamentally reshaped by changes in customer and competitor behavior,
and the emergence of new opportunities along service lines, verticals
Quick to adapt and can deliver on any business in a very short time
frame. Indian bandwidth itself currently stands at 1.2 Gbps and
is slated to increase to 16Tbps by 2005
Due to the availability of the cheap technically skilled manpower
resources, Indian software companies have unique distinction of
providing efficient software solutions with cost and quality advantage,
using state of art technologies, having the capacity to handle large
projects and, above all, the ability to execute timely deliveries.
World Leaders Remark:
Bill Clinton applauds India's brainpower: says Indian-Americans
run more than 750 companies in America's Silicon Valley. "You
liberated your markets and now you have one of the 10 fastest growing
economies in the world" said President Clinton.
Bill Gates says India is an IT superpower: strikes
strategic alliances with Indian Companies to develop applications
on the .Net platform.